Dear colleagues and friends,
with a great pleasure we announce the 2023 Annual Postgraduate Course (12th cycle – 2nd year) of the European Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery (ESPN) which will be held in Oslo, Norway, from May 29th to June 3rd, 2023, in presence.
Norway has a significant meaning for the ESPN as this country hosted one the first cycle of our Course of Pediatric Neurosurgery that is one of the most effective tools of the ESPN educational activity.
The Venue, Sundvolden Hotel, is located by one of Norway’s largest inland fjords - Tyrifjorden and is the ideal setting to enrich our annual gathering offering the possibility to enjoy of a private Art Collection of antiquities, handicraft art and painting. The venue, surrounded by beautiful nature and beautiful summit hikes, is the ideal setting to enrich our annual gathering.
About ESPN Course
The ESPN Annual Postgraduate Course in Pediatric Neurosurgery is the main vehicle of the Society to
address and educate the next generation of professional in our subspecialty.
It runs in 3-year cycles, comprising the following modules:
1st module: hydrocephalus, cysts, posterior fossa tumors, head trauma
2nd module: dysraphism, spinal tumors, craniovertebral junction, vascular, sellar and suprasellar tumors,
orbit and skull, midline tumors, craniosynostosis
3rd module: cerebral hemispheric tumors, infection, spasticity, pineal region, epilepsy
The European Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery (ESPN) promotes the health of children in Europe and throughout the world by encouraging the ethical transmission and exchange of neuroscientific information and techniques related to Pediatric Neurosurgery.
Registration is now closed.
Due to limited participation, in case of cancellation, participants who expressed interest will be placed on a waiting list and served on a first-come, first-served basis.
At the gateway to the fabled forest area of Krokskogen is one of Norway’s most tradition-steeped hotels – Sundvolden Hotel. The hotel is surrounded by beautiful nature, beautiful summit hikes and is located by one of Norway's largest inland fjords - Tyrifjorden.